“Painted 1933. Made of the Clark farm on road from Charlemont to Hawley. Shown at my first exhibition at the Vose Gallery in Boston and so liked by Mr. Thompson, (more than any other canvas of mine). He has kept it at the gallery, up to now—1941) sending it out for exhibition to many places in attempt to sell it. Sold 1943 by Vose Galleries to Public Library of Franklin, New Hampshire (same as After Early Frost.).”
The Harry and Ethel Clark homestead in East Hawley. House now owned by Gordon Griswold.
Franklin Library is located on 310 Central Street.
To the left: To see a sketch made of this scene prior to the making of the oil painting please CLICK HERE.